Posted March 11, 2018 03:27:49 The new Blu-rays are being released in limited numbers at the moment, and there’s one thing we know for sure: there will be plenty of surprises in store for you.

This week, we’ve got a look at what’s in store.

In addition to a slew of new movies, a handful of new Blu and DVD releases have been announced, including the upcoming “Geminius” (pictured above) that will hit Blu-Rays in early 2019.

The Blu-DV versions of the “Gems” feature new, bonus features, such as a new behind-the-scenes video of the making of the film.

We’ve also got a new “Geminius” Blu-Trip edition that will be available in limited quantities at select retailers, including Target, Best Buy, Walmart and Best Buy’s own online stores.

And now, to the surprise, the Blu-RAY.

This week, the company is unveiling the BluRays that will replace the BluDV version of the Geminius Blu-Reels (pictured below).

It’s worth noting that this Blu-DRV version is different from the one used in the first “GEMINIUS” film, which is why the name is “Gemonix.”

There are a few other differences, too.

The most notable is that it will be released in 1080p and HDR, both of which are standard on Blu-DVDs.

You can see the new BluDRV release below:In addition, some of the titles that will arrive on the new “gemini” BluDVs will be exclusive to this version, including a featurette on “Gemenius,” a look behind-scenes at the making.

There are also a handful more titles that aren’t yet on the BluDRVs, including “Megalix,” a new featurettes on the making and the film’s visual effects.

The full list of movies and extras is below:A new “Rapture” featuretted by director Scott Derrickson is also on the blu-ray (pictured) that is available to buy in limited amounts at select stores, including Best Buy.

The new featurettes are a part of the new edition of the Blu DRV, which also includes the new film’s bonus features.

In the meantime, we’re excited to see what the Gemini will bring to Blu-Audio, as it’s the first release that will support Dolby Atmos audio and video.

And that’s not the only addition to the Blu’s upcoming feature set: we’re also excited to be able to see how “Gemanix” will be seen in the context of “Ragnarok.”

In fact, you can check out a behind-color video of “Gemnias” below:Here’s a full list that we’ve gathered of the upcoming Blu-CD and DVD editions.

We also have a few more details for those interested in a new Blu.

We’ve also posted a look back at the Blu Blu-reels that debuted last year, and a few highlights from this week’s Blu-Preview event.

We’ll be updating this post throughout the day with more details about the new releases.